Until the end of March, the official City Store is discounting some of the most iconic shirts in club history to just £20 (less if you have Cityzen membership!).
Let’s be honest, everyone is wearing one of this season’s shirts and these Retro Shirts have a bit of class and style lacking in today’s offerings.
Here are four legendary shirts on sale for £20 (£18 for Cityzens/Season Card holders) until the end of March:
The famous red-and-black shirt famously worn when Neil Young scored the winning goal in the 1969 FA Cup final.
A classic from City’s previous golden age, this shirt was worn in the late 60s and early 70s.
The beautiful 1970 shirt, worn by the great Colin ‘The King’ Bell.
With Bell’s number 8 on the back and a rounded neck, this classy design is the perfect tribute to perhaps City’s greatest ever player.
The 1996 ‘Brother’ home shirt with the word ‘City’ in the shirt.
Worn by the great entertainer in what were dark days, Georgi Kinkladze, this design is still a favourite among Blues.
The 1999 ‘Wembley’ away kit, worn in the play-off final which changed the course of Manchester City’s history forever.
This is our personal favourite, bringing back memories a great day at Wembley and Dickov’s slide.